Afghans

Find easy crochet afghan patterns, including crochet ripple afghans, granny square afghans and more. Learn to crochet afghans for every room of your house.


Heart Warming Blanket

Using the basic granny square motif and some creative color changing techniques, this soft and snuggly blanket will be the perfect addition to your loved one’s room. It’s cozy, squishy, and evergreen even after Valentine’s day which makes us love it even more!

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The New Arrow Throw

Brighten any room in your home with this bold and blue arrow throw. This blanket is comprised of squares that are divided into triangles of different colors. Joining each square together with the slip stitch, the arrows will begin to form with the connecting triangles.

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The New Easy Granny Blanket

Gone are the days of basic granny squares in boring colors. Spice up the tradition with granny squares that are crocheted in various sizes to give this blanket a patchwork feel. The layout of this blanket and the added border will keep you interested and excited throughout the crochet process.

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Yorkshire Throw

The main body of this moody throw is worked back and forth with crossed double crochet and green yarn. Thick enough to provide significant warmth, but still elegant with a gorgeous, lacy border, this must-have pattern is just what you need this season.

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Fall for Floral Afghan

Inspired by the vibrant hues of a beloved fall flower, this afghan unites the coziness of the season with the fresh feeling of chrysanthemum motifs. Even better, it’s easy to work up because the motifs are joined as you go.

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Marigold Blanket

These colors are the quintessential hues of autumn as well as those of beautiful marigold blooms. Work up this textured masterpiece to add some seasonal charm to your living room or as a gift for a loved one.

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Rincón Stripes Afghan

Inspired by the colors of Rincón, Puerto Rico, single crochet striped strips make this an easy and satisfying stitch for whatever beach you find yourself crocheting upon. Construction is done with single crochet as well to avoid sewing.

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